Manasarovar Hotel

Address: No.20 Qingdao Dong Road, Xigaze, Tibet, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.20 Qingdao Dong Road, Xigaze, is near Tashilumpo Monastery (Zhashilunbu Si) and Palkhor Monastery and Kumbum Stupa.
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    Travel Blogs from Xigaze

    Tingri to Shigatse, Tibet

    A travel blog entry by wanderingsteph on Oct 13, 2014

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    ... feeling the best today. Finally got the upset tummy. I'm surprised I lasted 5 days as it was. We got to Shigatse (or this app is calling it something else). We had some lunch and visited the monastery. It is the final resting place of quite of few of the Panchen Lama's. Apparently they are second in command in Tibetan Buddhism. I still don't understand a lot of the history. Those leaders are no longer allowed to live in ...


    A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... what has happened to Tibet, but just little snippets, like the fact the money given by pilgrims at the Potala Palace goes the the government and the monks there are employed by the government. Some people have put him in slightly difficult situations by asking ill-timed questions, like, why was there military personnel at the monasteries... right in front of a soldier...

    He is a very good guide, and smiles constantly. We like both our Chinese and ...

    Tibet Part II - Mas Monasteries

    A travel blog entry by gfiveg on Apr 26, 2014

    2 comments, 37 photos

    ... have not already included a visit a few weeks prior. However, this retreat is a truly enjoyable place to stay and a second stopover was something I did not mind, along with another opportunity to hurl myself off the bridge on either the bungy jump or canyon swing.

    Fast forward to the final part of our tour, and there I was again, strolling out onto the bridge, of which the walkway is an open grid that allows you a view straight down or more/less compels you to stare at ...


    A travel blog entry by guytang on Dec 23, 2013

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    After yesterday's excitement today was rather uneventful. We got up early in the morning, high tailed out of the wonderful guesthouse that we stayed in last night! Today's main attraction was the Tashihunpo monastery in Shigatse. The Tashihunpo monastery is one of the most important in Tibetan culture. The monastery was a huge complex almost like a mini walled city of its own. We hired a guide which ...

    Breathtaking views and the gateway to Everest

    A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Oct 11, 2013

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    ... just to get my breath back. Lunch was at a little local al fresco restaurant which was full of Tibetans enjoying the sunshine. The extensive menu boasted 3 dishes and after paying only a quid for a delicious big bowl of noodles and wild mushrooms I was as chuffed as I was full. The place was a rustic outback place with sunshades of vines and wrinkly tin roofing. The toilet was a neat concrete bunker which you climbed stairs to before being faced with ...